Tenafly High School Class of 1986

January 17, 2007 by · 1 Comment
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OK, I admit it.  The title is search bait.

You see, I just got the 3rd notice for my 20th high school reunion which will be held in the Spring.  Most of me wants to skip it, but part of me is pulling me to consider it.

At this point, I don’t plan to go.  I went to the 10th reunion and found that everybody more or less broke in to the same cliques as high school, and my clique wasn’t there (with a few exceptions, Ollie, Jon and others).  That reunion was all about jobs and marriages.

I suspect that this reunion will be all about children.  We don’t have any.  So I believe that I’ll be lost again.
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The one thing that might draw me in is that I’m really curious about what people are like and up to today.  I’ve seen a partial list of attendees, and some of the folks that I’m curious about are on the list.

If you’re from the class and reading this, I’d love to hear from you.  I’ll be happy to catch you up on my life and I’m really interested in what you’re doing.  You might even be able to talk me into going.

And no, I don’t have the beard any more.  Haven’t had it since freshman year in college.